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BOYS STEAL THE WIN FROM TORRANCE

RIVERSIDE:  In the ML King Showcase tournament, King played host to Torrance High, and while the final score of 71-67 in King’s favor notched a win for the Wolves, it wasn’t indicative of their play. “We got comfortable with a great start to the game” coach Mark Vanta explained, “but then we got put in

WINNING RIDE BUCKED OFF BY MUSTANGS

EASTVALE:  The unprecedented ride the girls basketball team has had to open this season was ended by the Eleanor Roosevelt Mustangs on Tuesday.  The 19-0 run that King enjoyed for over a month of played was a good one but was halted by the dominant game play of the Mustangs on their home court in

SOCCER SHUTS OUT ROOSEVELT

RIVERSIDE: The Eleanor Roosevelt Mustangs came to King High and faced a determined opponent which cost them a shut out at the hands of the Wolves. The final score was 4-0 in favor of King, which takes the host school to a season record of 8-4-3 overall, and 2-0-1 in league.  King currently sits in first place

STATE CHAMPS REUNION SET FOR JANUARY 19

The boys basketball team will honor the 2002 State Championship squad prior to and at half time of the varsity game on Thursday, January 19. All players and their families from the 2002 team – the first team at King High to win a State title in any sport – are invited to attend and be

AN UPHILL CLIMB FOR POLY IN CROSS TOWN RIVALRY

RIVERSIDE:  Martin Luther King High School’s campus lies at 1,652 feet above sea level, precisely 692 feet higher than the Poly High School Campus. That uphill drive the Bears had to make to get to King High on Monday for the girls soccer game, may well have been a preview of things to come for them,

PROFILE IN CHARACTER – WESLEY HARRIS

Wesley Harris, a 3 year Letterman of the boys’ basketball team, has become a leader on and off the court. While being one of the many positive influences from our team Wesley acts as one of our team captains, maintains a 3.4 GPA and is part of our Associated Student Body leadership team.  Wes lives the life

ALL TIED UP AT NORCO

When weather conditions are bad at the start of a game, one has to look at it positively.  Players are faced with a choice: Complain about it or make the best of it. A near, drought-ending storm hit Southern California on Thursday and it just happened to be the day King and Norco were slated to

BOYS STRUGGLE TO THE WIN OVER NORCO

CORONA: The boys basketball team traveled to Norco High on Thursday, an opponent who has not had the same level of success this season as the Wolves have.  And that, ironically, was the greatest challenge for King. “We came out very slow and low on energy” Assistant Coach Mark Vanta explained later. At halftime, the heavily favored

THIRD MINUTE’S THE CHARM FOR NORCO

Photo by the Press Enterprise RIVERSIDE: In just the third minute of a cold and rainy game at King High against Norco, a penalty-induced free kick for Norco was awarded.  Their player found the net and just like that, the Cougars were up 1-0. None of the water-logged players, coaches or spectators knew it of course

NO LET UP FOR THE LADY WOLVES

By Jesus Martinez RIVERSIDE:  The Lady Wolves beat Norco last night at home 75 to 43.  The victory, like so many have been, was a lopsided one and moves the girls from King to an incredible 19-0.  There is no let up and no desire to go easy as the league season heats up.